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Kyle McElhaney

NASCAR’s ‘fun race’ enjoyable for all fans

NASCAR COLUMN – Kyle McElhaney takes a look back at last weekend’s All-Star event with its Sprint Showdown. He talks about the various parts of the all-star race, it’s controversial and exciting ending and what it meant to most drivers and fans. (May 27, 2010, Page 7)

NASCAR has bracket madness of its own

NASCAR COLUMN — Don’t be sad because NCAA March Madness is over and you didn’t win your bracket pool, just get ready to fill out your bracket again.

That’s right, bracket madness is coming to NASCAR in the form of DirecTV’s head2head knockout. The bracket starts with 32 drivers racked and stacked and then paired in four regions to come down to the final four fastest drivers. The brackets starts this Sunday at Texas, travels to the ever-unpredictable Talladega, followed by Richmond and finishes in Darlington. (April 15, 2010, Page 7)

Retaliation, wrecks a part of NASCAR

NASCAR — While sports news outlets across the country have been reporting on the Carl Edwards-Brad Keselowski saga, Kyle McElhaney is taking his own look at the situation: He’s on the side of Edwards and NASCAR. (March 18, 2010, Page 6)

Is it real momentum or just luck?

NASCAR — So early in the season you really have to wonder who has the momentum to carry themselves through the season and into the chase and who just got lucky. In conventional sports, luck plays a huge role and NASCAR is no different. The luckiest guy so far this year has to be Jamie McMurray. (March 4, 2010, Page 7)

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